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Quiz Which Iconic Broadway Duo Are You and Your BFF? Take this personality quiz to find out which onstage pair would play you two in real life.

Which Iconic Broadway Duo Are You and Your BFF?

Take this personality quiz to find out which onstage pair would play you two in real life.

Elphaba and Glinda (Wicked)

Frenemies turned besties, you and your best gal pal are loyal partners in crime. Despite unspoken jealousy, you can’t imagine a life without her. You each have what the other lacks, and while it might agitate you every so often, you also understand the power you carry together.
Because you’re polar opposites in many ways, men are often attracted to both of you at the same time, which causes minor riffs (not of the musical kind). But through constant hurdles, you know she is the one person that will always have your back. Together, no one can you bring you down.

Elder Price and Elder Cunningham (The Book of Mormon)

You want to make the world a better place, which is the tie that binds you — you’re buddies through thick and thin. For as long as you’ve been friends, you have depended on each other. You enjoy experiencing new places, learning new things, and teaching new philosophies to other people, because deep down, whether you admit it or not, you are soul mates.

Aladdin and Genie (Aladdin)

Marching to the beat of your own drum, you lead lives of adventure. Sometimes your significant other gets jealous of your time together, but that’s okay. You have the best of both worlds, and you know it!
You are always each other’s wingman, no matter what the circumstance. Whether charming the ladies or dodging trouble, you never have to worry because your best buddy is beside you. Plus, you help make each other’s dreams come true.

Mark and Roger (Rent)

Sometimes you can be incredibly prideful and pretend you don’t need each other, but the truth is you do. Unlike any other person in the world, your best friend is your emotional and mental rock. It doesn’t matter if you’re struggling, if you’re broke, if you’re lost or if you’re wrong, your bestie will be there to knock some sense into you.
You might not make the best of roommates because you know each other too well, but it doesn’t matter. Your hearts ends up finding each other again. You are the foundation of your circle of friends. If one of you leaves, the group tends to fall apart. Perhaps there’s a duty involved in your friendship, but it’s a duty you’re proud to have together. 

Mame and Vera (Mame)

The life of any party, you two are sophisticated and fun. When others aren’t there to laugh at your jokes, your best friend will always rise to meet you. Though in your private circles it might seem like you’re frenemies, the fact of the matter is you’re a loyal team. You’re bosom buddies, and always will be.
It’s not money or fame or glamour that draws you to each other: it’s laughter, companionship and never-ending stories. Men adore you together, women want to be you, you’re both stars in your own right, and together you make quite the splash. 

How would you best describe your relationship with your best friend?

Loyal throughout our crazy adventures.

Frenemies turned besties.

“We’re misfits and don’t apologize for it.”

“Everyone wants to be us.”

My best friend is my rock. They keep me grounded.

How would your best friend finish this phrase: “We’ll always be…

… bosom buddies!”

… flying high!”

… living la vie bohème!”

… one jump ahead!”

… here for each other!”

On a typical Friday night, you and your bestie are…

We’re struggling artists, we can’t afford to go out. So, jamming at home.

Getting ready to charm all the boys at our fabulous soirée.

Um, we’re going to bed. It’s late!

Begrudgingly doing each other’s hair and talking about boys.

Dreaming big and supporting each other in pursuing what we want.

If you were forced to choose a karaoke song to sing together, what would it be?

“Jesus Loves Me” with killer harmony.

“King of Wishful Thinking” by Go West.

“Hit Me With Your Best Shot” by Pat Benatar.

“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper.

“Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey.

What’s your favorite method of travel?

We fly.

With an entourage fit for a parade.

On foot is the cheapest way.

In style.

Whatever is environmentally safe.

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